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Law Enforcement Painting - Go On Three...1....2.... by Jack Skinner

Go On Three...1....2.... is a painting by Jack Skinner which was uploaded on March 4th, 2010.

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Jack, if you have a chance, and would like, could you submit this piece to the 'Law Enforcement' group I would like to add it to the feature page. Thanks, and again, outstanding work

Jack, while I'm not a painter, this is what art is about.....I literally feel this piece. Outstanding!!!

Congratulations on being a top finisher in "Honor Them" ! My Dad is a retired Officer and I am very Proud of him!

Hey Jack! Perfect picture for this "Honor Them" contest. You have my vote. I hope you win. You deserve to win. You are a very talented artist.

Very Nice!!

Very Nice job! Only a cop really knows the feeling at that moment. You did excellent getting that feeling in a pastel painting!

Thanks Anne, As you know , there is no occupation in the world better police work. From a gratification stand point, there is nothing that can beat it (Art comes pretty close). This is a portrait of 2 members of my "extended Family".

Excellent work! This gets right to the heart of how dangerous being a cop can be. My husband was a uniformed officer for years and we both have degrees in law enforcement.

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